START A HOBBY FARM
This property is located midway between the Towns of Hearst and Kapuskasing along the northern Highway 11 corridor of Northern Ontario, Canada.
More specifically the property is part of the Village of Harty in the Municipality of Val Rita-Harty.
The township the property is located in is Williamson Township.
WILLIAMSON TOWNSHIP IS AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
More people today are embracing hobby farms.
A hobby farm gives her a sense of purpose and offers a more healthful alternative to red-meat dishes.
If you have some chickens you can reap the daily bounty (up to a dozen eggs that come in a variety of colors, depending on the breed) and the satisfaction that comes from teaching your children or grandchildren about nature.
In addition to chickens, today’s hobby farms include goats, turkeys, potbellied pigs, cows and bees.
Today people want to know where their food is coming from.
You can do that by starting your own hobby farm here.
The property has a depth of 1,165 feet and a frontage on the Belanger Road of 2,600 feet.
This portion of Belanger Road is not plowed in the winter as no one lives there.
A property size of 69.5 acres.
The south end of the property also fronts on a SEASONAL DIRT ROAD that in the winter becomes part of the snowmobile trail.
THE SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY.
THE MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY.
THE TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY.
There is no reserve on any trees on title so ALL THE TREES come with the property.
Electrical power poles run along the road and along the front of the property.
We guess that at one time someone lived full time on the property to the north of this one.
So, if a new owner built something on this property then it appears that electrical power is available if you want to be on the grid.
If you don’t want to be on the grid then don’t hook up and stay GREEN.
There is an old dug well that was placed some years ago.
You will see it in the pictures.
We don’t know who put it there or how deep it is.
Almost 12 acres of the property is in hay fields.
About 20 acres of the property in in old hay fields that have grown in over the years.
The rest of the property is wooded with some very nice trees.
The tree species are primarily Poplar Trees and Spruce Trees with a scattering of Birch Trees throughout.
The terrain is mostly flat with a mix of mostly higher land and lower land at the south end of the property making it perfect moose and black bear habitat.
There are many thousands of acres of CROWN LAND that adjoin this property on the east side.
If you like to fish and love to catch walleye then you can have some very exicting times fishing the local rivers .
These rivers are huge!
To the east you can fish and boat or canoe for miles on the famous Kapuskasing River and the Groundhog River which both empty further north into the Mattagami River which in turn empties into the Moose River which empties into James Bay.
Go west a short distance and fish on the Opasatika River and the mighty Missinabi River.
If you like to hunt then you must know that this area is famous for the moose and black bear hunting.
Small game hunting is also very good in this area.
Located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 24.
During your passage on Highway 11, you will definitely notice two little charming villages that are spread on a distance of 20 kilometers (12.5 miles).
Val Rita is situated 10 km (about 6 miles) West of Kapuskasing and the village of Harty is situated 10 km (about 6 miles) West of Val Rita.
The two communities have a population of approximately 1 000 residents.
The communities are part of a region that sets itself apart with its dynamic landscape and climate. Summers are mainly hot and dry, which makes ATV rides really pleasant.
While winters are cold, they are also dry and usually sunny, which is ideal for snowmobiling.
You will find many dense forests and vast open spaces in the area.
It is the people who make this area special, who set them apart from other places.
From different backgrounds and beliefs, the founders of these communities came together and created a place that offers a superior and simple quality of life.
The residents here have the opportunities for nature appreciation, leisure time, employment, worship, and other activities that give this area that special live-good feeling.
YOU KNOW, WE TELL PEOPLE THAT IF YOU ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE IN NORTHERN ONTARIO…then, YOU ARE LUCKY ENOUGH!!
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